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MARBLE MADNESS!

My middle son has a great collection of marbles that I sometimes use in activities – depending on the ages attending! I got together a collection of plastic tubs, bottles, spoons, containers, baskets, ice trays – you name it – and left everything out for the children to explore. 61 more words

Highs, Lows and Plateaus upcoming VIDEOS

I have heard from a lot of people now that they would love to see some videos to accompany the Stages of Recovery that I talk about in my book.   140 more words

Brain

Easter Sensory Small World Play

I’ve been looking for a reason to get the blue tray out again for a little while, having quite a few small polystyrene decoration eggs left from making my Easter Wreath gave me just the excuse. 415 more words

Preschooler

Testimonial

“My son has been working with Marla for several months.  His handwriting was illegible and we discovered that there are physical reasons for that.  He enjoys his sessions with her and we have seen improvement in his handwriting skills.  43 more words

Handwriting

Fine motor Cardboard

You will need:

  • Closures belt pouch.
  • Ribbon.
  • Scissors.
  • A cardboard or wooden board.
  • Silicone and a gun silicone.
  • Threat.

How to do it:

  1.  Sew the ribbon to the closure.
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Fine Motor

Today's Co-Treat with the OT

Today we had another fun day of co-treat sessions. I’ve mentioned our lunch groups previously; today highlights a typical, traditional speech and OT group. Today’s group was comprised of six kindergarten aged students who all receive speech/language, OT and resource. 642 more words

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